We want to stop real estate scams dead in their tracks.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 08, 2013
PropertyRecord.com is making it as easy as possible for potential real estate buyers to find out if they are getting a legitimate deal when buying a house, company officials said.
“People are looking for easy, fast deals in real estate these days, but that can put them at risk of getting scammed,” a company representative states. “Often, first-time buyers have no way of knowing if a house is going to need a lot of expensive renovations. Our records are now structured to give them that information before closing.”
The company now includes public records relating to housing inspections and other information that can indicate if there is a problem with the property, the spokesman said.
“You don't want to buy a house only to discover three months later that it's not up to code and you need to spend tens of thousands of dollars fixing it up,” the spokesman said. “That's one of the most common real estate scams today. You think you are getting a legit deal on the house, but you are really just buying a money pit.”
Customers simply have to type the address of the property into the company's search engine. Then, after paying a small fee, all of the public records of the house become available to them online.
“You'll know the approximate value of the house, if there are any liens on the house, and if the city has determined it needs a lot of renovations,” the spokesman said. “That's the kind of legit information our customers need and that is what we supply. We want to stop real estate scams dead in their tracks.”
PropertyRecord.com provides property reports and other valuable information to home owners, buyers and sellers across North America. With an extensive database of public records, consumers are able to look up the value, history and residential details on a home or property with a simple search. Visit PropertyRecord.com to chat with a live representative, call 1-888-869-7539, or email Manager(at)PropertyRecord(dot)com with any questions or concerns.